Further to the previous item. I had to chuckle sardonicly at this statement:
"One caution: Previews are not free of bugs. "This is for advanced users who want to get a taste of our technology, and they expect there will be some issues with it," Ford said.
He's talking about beta 2 of Opera 9, but it's spin. Released software is free of bugs? I've been using Opera since version 4 (when the marketing spin was, "It's so small it fits on a floppy disk!"), and the most recent released version -- 8.51 -- is the buggiest I've ever used. Some of the most frequent bugs -- oops, "issues" -- are:
- Pressing Ctrl+Tab to switch to semi-freezes Opera, not allowing me to switch to the second-most-recent pane.
- Opera refuses to display certain Web pages.
- The minimize-restore-maximize buttons disappear at times.